A whistleblower lawsuit that claimed Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy and four others retaliated against the controller of the city’s Water and Sewer Authority has settled for $20,000.

Gerald O’Brien, who now works in the Allegheny County manager’s office, was fired March 29, 1996, from his $61,000-a-year job when he cooperated with a federal investigation into allegations of bid-rigging.

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